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November 20, 2008

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Sandra

I just finished it last night and it is fascinating. Thank you so much for sending it to me, It's right up my alley as literary fiction goes. I look forward to the broadcast.

Julie E.

Loved this book. I'll be listening!

Sandra

Great show, good questions. I will do a post about this book in the near future. Diana Spechler was nice enough to thank me for mentioning her book on my Jewish Book Month post tbr list a few days ago. Her book deserves to do well. Thank you so much for sending it to me.

Bonnie

I'm sorry that I missed the show! I couldn't make it and also need to finish the book. I will definitely listen to the show when it's available.

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